The Modular Lilong

The Modular Lilong Shop in Shanghai

Design: LUKSTUDIO Architects

The 150 sqm site is located in Yioulai Shanghai Village; a sister to Bicester Village in London – both global shopping developments. The intent of ‘Chuang x Yi’ is to create a retail experience specifically related to the context of Shanghai.

Titanic Belfast visitor centre

Eric Kuhne Architect, CivicArts

American-born, London-based architect Eric Kuhne has died aged 64. Key buildings include Titanic Belfast, Cockle Bay Wharf in Sydney, Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent and the BurJuman shopping centre in Dubai.

Casa de Vidro São Paulo

Keeping It Modern 2016 Architectural Conservation Grants

Getty Foundation Keeping It Modern 2016 Architectural Conservation Grants – the nine buildings in more detail…including Casa de Vidro (pictured) by Lina Bo Bardi, a leading practitioner of the modern movement, designing many of the country’s most iconic buildings.


Published by in Awards
updated on July 29, 2016
Brexit

RIBA News, London

The Royal Institute of British Architects news: the 5 professional bodies representing architects on the islands of Britain and Ireland have released a joint statement having met earlier this week to discuss the implications of Brexit.

Metal Hut Lucky Bar

Metal Hut – Lucky Bar in Beijing

Architects: Robot 3 Studio

Each ring road of Beijing is a rough division of social class. The invisible wall made up of power and wealth divides Beijing into pieces of fixed territories, some of which are inaccessible for majority of people in their whole life.

Museum of London West Smithfield Design Competition

West Smithfield Design Competition, London

Stanton Williams and Asif Khan win international architecture competition to find architects to create a new building for the Museum of London at West Smithfield in the City of London.


Published by in London
updated on July 28, 2016
The Smile

The Smile – London Design Festival

Design: Alison Brooks Architects

With expertise from top engineering firm Arup, and using construction sized panels of hardwood CLT for the first time, Alison Brooks’ concept is a spectacular 3.5m high, 4.5m wide and 34m long curved rectangular tube – the first ever hardwood mega-tube.

New Publicis Group Offices in Milan

New Publicis Group Offices in Milan

Architects: D2U – Design To Users

Redevelopment of abandoned property into new generation office building: “a space that allowed us to work differently, breaking down the silos and facilitating a free flow of ideas”.


Published by in Milan
updated on July 28, 2016